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TeamLease
Employment Outlook Report

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Contents


1.   Preface
2.   Executive Summary
3.   Project Objectives
4.   Index definitions
     4.1. Employment Outlook...
1. Preface

 TeamLease Services brings out the Employment Outlook Report once every quarter with
 the purpose of providing...
2. Executive Summary

      •   Hiring sentiment is at an 18-month high for the Quarter beginning July and ending
        ...
3. Project Objectives

              The Employment Outlook Report aims at –
          •   Providing forward looking estim...
5. Employment Outlook




                         5.1. Net Employment Outlook
                         5.2. Net Employmen...
5.1 Net Employment Outlook

The ‘Net Employment Outlook’, derived as the difference in the proportion of respondents
repor...
5.2 Net Employment Outlook Growth – by sector

The Employment Outlook Index growth is seen to be driven by strong sentimen...
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5.3 Net Employment Outlook Growth – by city

Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad deliver growth for the index with double digit ci...
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6. Business Outlook




                               6.1. Net Business Outlook
                               6.2. Net B...
6.1 Net Business Outlook

The Net Business Outlook Index slows a bit – up just 5 percent points to 61 – but doubles itself...
6.2 Net Business Outlook Growth – by sector

A host of industry sectors led, by far, by Telecom propels Business Outlook g...
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6.3 Net Business Outlook Growth – by city

Ahmedabad and Bangalore record growth rates that are twice as much as most othe...
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7. Hiring Intent




                            7.1. Hiring Intent by Location
                            7.2. Hiring In...
7.1 Hiring Intent by Location

Metro cities are far ahead in consideration for employers, although tier-II cities are show...
7.2 Hiring Intent by Hierarchy

The Junior and Entry levels find favour among employers indicating that volume hiring coul...
7.3 Hiring Intent by Functional Area

A significant increase in hiring intent for Sales / Marketing / Customer Service – a...
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8. Other Trends




                           8.1. Employment Trend Index
                           8.2. Business Confid...
8.1 Employment Trend Index

The Trend Index levels-up during Q-14 and continues growth into Q-15, the quarter in considera...
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8.3 Attrition Trends – by city

Attrition rates explain Delhi’s voracious appetite for hiring and its lead over other citi...
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9. Employment Outlook Drivers – a brief analysis




                           9.1. The Sentiment Sweet Spot
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9.1 The Sentiment Sweet Spot

In order to have a comprehensive overview of the employment scenario, it is essential that t...
9.2 Business Outlook, Attrition & Employment Outlook

Business and Employment Outlook are interdependent – and attrition t...
Sector-wise patterns are similar to those in the city – with growth in Employment Outlook generally
lagging Business Outlo...
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          9. Annexure


       Research Methodology

       The Employment Outlook Survey follows a rigorous and statis...
Sample Distribution

City-wise breakup

Sectors / City           Mumbai        Delhi   Bangalore     Kolkata     Chennai  ...
10.3. Reasons for Attrition – the employer perspective


By City




By Sector




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TeamLease Services, one of India's largest staffing companies and a pioneer in the Indian temporary staffing industry, has mandated inTouch analytics to bring out the Employment Outlook Report once every quarter with the purpose of providing human resource policy and decision makers a forward looking tool that tracks hiring sentiments in the market. The report carries an insight into what businesses of various sizes – across the country and across industry sectors – have on their talent acquisition anvil for the immediate next three months.

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TeamLease Employment Outlook Report: Jul - Sep 2010

  1. 1. Prepared by: inTouch analytics be-in-touch.com TeamLease Employment Outlook Report Quarter-15, July-September 2010
  2. 2. Contents 1. Preface 2. Executive Summary 3. Project Objectives 4. Index definitions 4.1. Employment Outlook Index 4.2. Employment Trend Index 4.3. Business Outlook Index 4.4. Business Confidence Index 5. Employment Outlook 5.1. Net Employment Outlook 5.2. Net Employment Outlook Growth – by sector 5.3. Net Employment Outlook Growth – by city 6. Business Outlook 6.1. Net Business Outlook 6.2. Net Business Outlook Growth – by sector 6.3. Net Business Outlook Growth – by city 7. Hiring Intent 7.1. Hiring Intent by Location 7.2. Hiring Intent by Hierarchy 7.3. Hiring Intent by Functional Area 8. Other Trends 8.1. Employment Trend Index 8.2. Business Confidence Index 8.3. Attrition trends by sector 8.4. Attrition trends by city 9. Employment Outlook Drivers – a brief analysis 10. Annexure 10.1. Research Methodology 10.2. Sample Design & Data Collection 10.3. Reasons for Attrition – the employer perspective http://be-in-touch.com
  3. 3. 1. Preface TeamLease Services brings out the Employment Outlook Report once every quarter with the purpose of providing human resource policy and decision makers a forward looking tool that tracks hiring sentiments in the market. The report carries an insight into what businesses of various sizes – across the country and across industry sectors – have on their talent acquisition anvil for the immediate next three months. The Employment Outlook Survey is carried out, and the analysis done, in the preceding quarter. The Employment Outlook Report goes as far back as the quarter of October-December 2006 and we have brought out 15 successful reports since then [please visit www.teamlease.com for archives]. The Employment Outlook Survey spans eight industry sectors and eight cities across India. The survey covers small, medium and large companies across these sectors, studies attrition and employment trends, and gleans information on hiring sentiments, all this covering different locations, hierarchical levels and functional areas. With the most critical drivers that influence hiring being tracked quarter on quarter, the Employment Outlook Report is the only one of its kind seeking to deliver high impact hiring decision support to its stakeholders – Business & HR heads, Senior Management as well as industry policy makers. http://be-in-touch.com
  4. 4. 2. Executive Summary • Hiring sentiment is at an 18-month high for the Quarter beginning July and ending September 2010, with the Employment Outlook Index rising 6 percentage points to 64. This is the second successive quarter with an increase in the index following 9 months of stagnant sentiment (July 2009 – March 2010), which was in turn preceded by 6 months of low hiring sentiment (January 2009 – June 2009). • Almost all sectors contribute to the increased sentiment sans Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals – which consolidates its already high hiring sentiment with a negligible drop of 2 percent points. Infrastructure, with a 21% increase, Manufacturing & Engineering and Telecom, with 13% and 11% increases respectively, significantly contributes to the increased index value. Among cities, Delhi leads sentiment with a 19% increase in the index, followed by Mumbai and Ahmedabad with 14% each. • Business Outlook – which has been on a steeper incline for the past 4 quarters, compared with the Employment Outlook – somewhat tapers at 61%, which is still an increase of 3 percent points. The preceding four quarters had exhibited faster growth between 10 and 20 percent points, each quarter. • The Telecom sector sees a sentiment boost of 16%, while the other sectors weigh in with varying increases of between 2% and 10%. The indices for Retail & FMCG and IT increase by 10% and 9% respectively while the Infrastructure and Manufacturing & Engineering sectors – which lead the Employment Outlook Index growth – contribute 8% each. The indices for Ahmedabad and Bangalore rise by 18% and 17% respectively. • Tier-II cities experience a significant increase (3%) in hiring intent to 19% - an all time high, indicative of the talent supply potential of these geographies and a lack of the same in the metros. Metro cities lead the hiring intent hierarchy by a wide margin though, at 86% - a 2 percent point increase. • Hiring at the Junior and Entry levels of organizational hierarchy are set to make a strong comeback with 17% and 11% increases in hiring intent – the biggest rise after more than 24 months of stagnant or negative growth in index value. The other good news is that the ‘Not Hiring’ category dips to a 12-month low and stands at 12%, a big 8 percent point drop. Sales, Marketing & Customer Care registers the highest increase of 8% among functional areas. • An overall exuberant business sentiment, an intent to hire at the frontlines and junior levels, as well as a somewhat undesirable rise in attrition rates are fuelling a by now healthy hiring sentiment, thus propelling the Employment Outlook Index by a strong 6 percentage points. All industry sectors – Infrastructure being the sole exception – clock their 12 month highs. In general, the growth is across geographies, sectors, functional areas and business size. http://be-in-touch.com
  5. 5. 3. Project Objectives The Employment Outlook Report aims at – • Providing forward looking estimates of hiring sentiment and thus enabling its users with a tool to make effective hiring / people decisions for the immediate next quarter. • Providing *Hiring Sentiment Intelligence* for different industry sectors, business sizes and geographies, as well as across hierarchical levels and functional areas. 4. Index Definitions • Employment Outlook Index: The Employment Outlook Index is computed as the difference in the proportion of respondents who report an increase in hiring needs and those who report a decline in hiring needs over the next three months. • Employment Trend Index: The Employment Trend Index is calculated by dividing the Current Employment Outlook Index with the baseline index and converting the same in percentages by multiplying with 100. • Business Outlook Index: The Business Outlook Index is computed by subtracting the percentage respondents who say business in the next three months is likely to decrease from the percentage who say it will increase. • Business Confidence Index: The Business Confidence Index is computed by dividing the Current Business Outlook Index with the baseline business outlook index, and converting the same in percentages, by multiplying with 100. http://be-in-touch.com
  6. 6. 5. Employment Outlook 5.1. Net Employment Outlook 5.2. Net Employment Outlook Growth – by sector 5.3. Net Employment Outlook Growth – by city http://be-in-touch.com
  7. 7. 5.1 Net Employment Outlook The ‘Net Employment Outlook’, derived as the difference in the proportion of respondents reporting an increase in hiring needs and those reporting a decline, sees a 6% rise in the 15th quarter beginning July 2009. Quarter Period (Figures in percentage) Increase Decrease No Change Net Business Outlook 15 Jul-Sep 2010 69 5 26 +64 14 Apr-Jun 2010 62 4 35 +58 13 Jan-Mar 2010 51 4 46 +47 12 Oct-Dec 2009 52 6 42 +46 Although flatter compared with the previous quarter, this growth is comprehensive, with businesses reporting increased confidence and strong hiring intent across cities and business sizes. http://be-in-touch.com
  8. 8. 5.2 Net Employment Outlook Growth – by sector The Employment Outlook Index growth is seen to be driven by strong sentiment growth in the Infrastructure, Manufacturing & Engineering and Telecom sectors. Sectors (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase / Decrease 15 14 13 12 IT 71 69 59 55 +02 ITES 66 62 47 36 +04 Financial Services 60 53 45 64 +07 [FS] Retail & FMCG [R&F] 61 61 38 35 0 Infrastructure [INF] 57 36 69 48 +21 Manufacturing & 66 53 38 30 +13 Engineering [M&E] Telecom [TEL] 59 48 50 49 +11 Healthcare & 70 72 55 61 -02 Pharma [H&P] Infrastructure bounces back after a sharp dip of 33 percentage points in the previous quarter, while Manufacturing & Engineering continues a dream run of sorts for the fourth quarter in succession. Telecom sees healthy growth after three stagnant quarters. http://be-in-touch.com
  9. 9. 80 71 7072 69 69 70 66 64 66 62 60 6161 61 59 57 59 60 55 55 53 53 48 50 48 49 50 47 45 Q15 36 38 36 38 40 35 Q14 30 30 Q13 20 Q12 10 0 IT ITES FS R&M INF M&E TEL H&P http://be-in-touch.com
  10. 10. 5.3 Net Employment Outlook Growth – by city Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad deliver growth for the index with double digit city-level index growth. Sectors (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase / Decrease 15 14 13 12 Mumbai [Mum] 63 49 41 51 +14 Delhi [Del] 62 43 35 59 +19 Bangalore [Blr] 82 78 55 41 +04 Kolkata [Kol] 54 63 47 34 -09 Chennai [Chn] 62 64 54 34 -02 Pune [Pun] 79 75 70 20 +04 Hyderabad [Hyd] 63 57 54 76 +06 Ahmedabad [Ahd] 68 54 37 41 +14 Each of the 3 leading cities builds on its growth in the previous quarter(s) and ramps up to a 12-month high. Delhi and Ahmedabad record the smartest recovery and growth, respectively, over the 4 quarters, while Kolkata puts up a relatively poor show. Bangalore and Pune build on their already heady index values. http://be-in-touch.com
  11. 11. 90 82 78 79 80 75 76 70 68 70 63 62 63 6264 63 59 57 60 55 54 54 54 54 49 51 47 50 43 Q15 41 41 41 40 35 37 Q14 34 34 30 Q13 20 Q12 20 10 0 Mum Del Blr Kol Chn Pun Hyd Ahd http://be-in-touch.com
  12. 12. 6. Business Outlook 6.1. Net Business Outlook 6.2. Net Business Outlook Growth – by sector 6.3. Net Business Outlook Growth – by city http://be-in-touch.com
  13. 13. 6.1 Net Business Outlook The Net Business Outlook Index slows a bit – up just 5 percent points to 61 – but doubles itself over the course of the 4 quarters in consideration. Quarter Period (Figures in percentage) Increase Decrease No Change Net Business Outlook 15 Jul-Sep 2010 68 7 25 +61 14 Apr-Jun 2010 60 4 36 +56 13 Jan-Mar 2010 50 9 41 +41 12 Oct-Dec 2009 45 14 41 +31 Business sentiment is steadily growing over the 12 months and Q-15 builds it out across business size, industry sectors and geographies. The robustness of this quarter’s growth shows up in strong hiring sentiment and an increased Employment Index. http://be-in-touch.com
  14. 14. 6.2 Net Business Outlook Growth – by sector A host of industry sectors led, by far, by Telecom propels Business Outlook growth. Each of the industries has had a positive growth in the index this quarter Sectors (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase / Decrease 15 14 13 12 IT 73 64 48 44 +09 ITES 66 60 44 13 +06 Financial Services 57 55 45 31 +02 [FS] Retail & FMCG [R&F] 65 55 22 14 +10 Infrastructure [INF] 46 38 55 35 +08 Manufacturing & 64 56 41 25 +08 Engineering [M&E] Telecom [TEL] 41 25 32 32 +16 Healthcare & 76 71 64 40 +05 Pharma [H&P] Growth springs back to decent index levels for Telecom which brought up the rear amongst all sectors for the past 3 quarters. ITeS and Retail & FMCG have the most interesting growth stories while the bigger picture is that all sectors – except for the sole exception of Infrastructure – are at their 12-month highs. http://be-in-touch.com
  15. 15. 80 76 73 71 70 64 66 65 64 64 60 60 5755 55 55 56 48 46 50 44 44 45 41 41 40 Q15 38 40 35 31 3232 Q14 30 25 25 Q13 22 20 Q12 13 14 10 0 IT ITES FS R&M INF M&E TEL H&P http://be-in-touch.com
  16. 16. 6.3 Net Business Outlook Growth – by city Ahmedabad and Bangalore record growth rates that are twice as much as most other cities. With Kolkata being the only city having a negative – albeit small – growth in Business Outlook, the mood is upbeat across cities. Sectors (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase/Decrease 15 14 13 12 Mumbai [Mum] 52 42 21 25 +10 Delhi [Del] 49 40 36 40 +09 Bangalore [Blr] 73 56 49 22 +17 Kolkata [Kol] 76 78 58 39 -02 Chennai [Chn] 72 69 60 30 +03 Pune [Pun] 80 75 77 14 +05 Hyderabad [Hyd] 74 63 35 68 +09 Ahmedabad [Ahd] 77 59 31 16 +18 Again, all cities clock 12 month highs – sans Kolkata, which, actually, comes very close to being left out of the club. Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Mumbai have the best growth trajectories over the 4-quarter period while Hyderabad exhibits a smart recovery from its Q-13 slump. http://be-in-touch.com
  17. 17. 90 78 80 80 76 7577 77 73 72 74 69 68 70 63 58 60 59 60 56 52 49 49 50 Q15 42 40 40 39 Q14 40 36 35 30 31 Q13 30 25 21 22 Q12 20 14 16 10 0 Mum Del Blr Kol Chn Pun Hyd Ahd http://be-in-touch.com
  18. 18. 7. Hiring Intent 7.1. Hiring Intent by Location 7.2. Hiring Intent by Hierarchy 7.3. Hiring Intent by Functional Area http://be-in-touch.com
  19. 19. 7.1 Hiring Intent by Location Metro cities are far ahead in consideration for employers, although tier-II cities are showing signs of growing at a marginally faster clip. This could be attributed to improving employability and talent quality in tier-II cities. City (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase/ Decrease 15 14 13 12 Metro 86 84 87 82 +02 Tier – II Cities 19 16 15 17 +03 Tier – III Towns 7 6 2 4 +01 Rural 2 1 2 2 +01 100 90 86 84 87 82 80 70 60 Q15 50 Q14 40 Q13 30 Q12 19 20 16 15 17 10 7 6 2 4 2 1 2 2 0 Metro Tier – I Cities Tier – II Cities Rural http://be-in-touch.com
  20. 20. 7.2 Hiring Intent by Hierarchy The Junior and Entry levels find favour among employers indicating that volume hiring could well be anticipated over the next 3 months. This, however, has cut significantly into mid-level hiring although the magnitude of sentiment with Junior and Entry levels more than makes up for the mid-management cut back. Level (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase/ Decrease 15 14 13 12 Entry Level 32 20 26 28 +12 [No Experience] Junior Level 61 44 40 45 +17 [1 – 3 years Experience] Middle Level 46 51 40 41 -05 [3 – 7 years Experience] Senior Level 21 23 20 20 -02 [> 7 years Experience] Not Hiring 12 20 26 23 -08 70 61 60 51 50 45 46 44 40 40 41 40 Q15 32 28 Q14 30 26 26 23 23 Q13 20 21 20 20 20 20 Q12 12 10 0 Entry Level Junior Level Middle Level Senior Level Not Hiring http://be-in-touch.com
  21. 21. 7.3 Hiring Intent by Functional Area A significant increase in hiring intent for Sales / Marketing / Customer Service – a heady area already, in terms of the outlook – marks the sweet spot among functional areas. Blue Collar* is the other segment that might benefit from the sentiment groundswell. Sectors (Figures in percentage) Quarter Net Increase / Decrease 15 14 13 12 Sales / Marketing / 78 71 71 59 +07 Customer Service [SMC] IT 24 22 19 24 +02 Engineering [ENG] 33 32 26 28 +01 Accounts / Finance 18 17 16 20 +01 [A&F] Administration / HR / 13 17 10 16 -04 Office Service [AHO] Blue Collar [BC]* 28 - - - NA Other 6 27 12 12 -21 Not hiring 8 - - - - *Previously included under ‘Others’ http://be-in-touch.com
  22. 22. 90 78 80 7171 70 59 60 50 Q15 40 Q14 3332 28 28 Q13 30 26 27 24 24 22 Q12 19 1817 20 17 16 20 16 13 1212 10 10 6 8 000 000 0 SMC IT ENG A&F AHO BC Other Not hiring http://be-in-touch.com
  23. 23. 8. Other Trends 8.1. Employment Trend Index 8.2. Business Confidence Index 8.3. Attrition trends by sector 8.4. Attrition trends by city http://be-in-touch.com
  24. 24. 8.1 Employment Trend Index The Trend Index levels-up during Q-14 and continues growth into Q-15, the quarter in consideration. The clear upward trend substantiates the positive hiring intent and Employment Outlook for Q-15. 8.2 Business Confidence Index <<Unclear about this section – please review and revert>> DUMMY CHART --- http://be-in-touch.com
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  26. 26. 8.3 Attrition Trends – by city Attrition rates explain Delhi’s voracious appetite for hiring and its lead over other cities on Employment Outlook while still trailing on Business Outlook. A more conservative Chennai exhibits an exactly opposite attitude by maintaining a negative Employment Outlook for a very modest Business Outlook and a considerably high attrition rate. 8.4 Attrition Trends – by sector Infrastructure and Manufacturing & Engineering are characterized by high attrition rates and this explains their rather high Employment Outlook numbers as contrasted with other sectors that have not- as-high Business Outlook indices. Telecom, on the other hand, has a high Business Outlook Index but a modest Employment Index value – thanks to a moderate attrition rate. http://be-in-touch.com
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  28. 28. 9. Employment Outlook Drivers – a brief analysis 9.1. The Sentiment Sweet Spot 9.2. Business Outlook, Attrition & Employment Outlook 9.2.1. City-wise Growth Trends 9.2.2. Sector-wise Growth Trends http://be-in-touch.com
  29. 29. 9.1 The Sentiment Sweet Spot In order to have a comprehensive overview of the employment scenario, it is essential that the drivers of employment are mapped in relation to the various locations surveyed. The correspondence plot below is an illustration of this mapping. The plot is statistically derived through a correspondence analysis technique and is a visualization of the Business and Hiring sentiments alongside Attrition and Manpower shortage, forecasted for Q-15. Sentiment Sweet Spot The plot is aimed at a obtaining a quick and intuitive understanding of Employment Outlook, beyond the indices. The radial distances are to scale and indicate the affinity of any two pairs of data points. Cities that fall close to a specific parameter data point are characterized by the parameter. For instance, Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai are characterized by Manpower shortage. Likewise, Bangalore is characterized by High attrition. From an employment perspective, Bangalore, Pune and Ahmedabad are seen to share better Positive hiring sentiment as well as a relatively high Positive business sentiment. http://be-in-touch.com
  30. 30. 9.2 Business Outlook, Attrition & Employment Outlook Business and Employment Outlook are interdependent – and attrition trends are in line with these two attributes. The below analysis looks at the annual change in the growth of these three parameters – across cities and across sectors. 9.2.1. City-wise Growth Trends It could be observed that Business and Employment Outlook have a definite and positive growth pattern across cities – with Employment Outlook lagging Business Outlook. Hyderabad is a lone exception here with a meager increase in Business Outlook and a significant negative growth in Employment Outlook. Attrition has risen significantly in case of Delhi and Pune and fallen significantly in case of Bangalore. 9.2.2. Sector-wise Growth Trends http://be-in-touch.com
  31. 31. Sector-wise patterns are similar to those in the city – with growth in Employment Outlook generally lagging Business Outlook growth (with Financial Services being an exception). Our conclusions: - The four quarters in consideration have kicked in significant growth in indices – especially in specific cities and sectors. It could be noted that Bangalore, Chennai and Pune among cities and Manufacturing & Engineering, Retail & FMCG and ITeS among sectors, have had a very healthy growth in both Business and Employment Outlook indices. - As a corollary of the above, various cities and sectors exhibit differing sentiment growth patterns, indicating differing attitudes to a growing employment outlook as business outlook grows. http://be-in-touch.com
  32. 32. - 9. Annexure Research Methodology The Employment Outlook Survey follows a rigorous and statistically validated process as detailed below. Sample Design & Data Collection Random sampling technique was used to identify respondents for the survey. Data sources used to collect contact data were: 1. Kompass directory for small, medium and large sized companies in the private sector. To ensure continuity with the baseline measurement, the core random sample was drawn from this database. 2. NASSCOM database for IT companies 3. Companies registered with bpo.india.org in the case of ITES and 4. Financial companies registered with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Respondent Selection Target respondents for the study were Business & HR Heads as well as Senior Managers with hiring mandates. The databases offered a contact name for each company listed. Interviewers called into each of these companies and obtained the names of the appropriate individuals who were responsible for hiring decisions. Data Collection The survey instrument was then administered to the target respondents using the CATI (Computer Aided Telephonic Interview) methodology. Appropriate computer software was used for data collection and tabulation. Please refer the following section named ‘Sample Distribution’ for details on city and business size-wise breakup of the sample. http://be-in-touch.com
  33. 33. Sample Distribution City-wise breakup Sectors / City Mumbai Delhi Bangalore Kolkata Chennai Pune Hyderabad Ahmedabad Total Manufacturing & 10 8 8 7 12 16 8 8 77 Engineering [M&E] Retail & FMCG 22 11 8 11 12 8 6 7 85 [R&F] Financial Services 13 6 13 7 10 8 12 8 77 [FS] IT 8 8 12 8 8 8 8 8 68 ITeS 6 9 10 7 8 8 8 8 64 Infrastructure [INF] 8 10 8 8 8 7 8 8 65 Telecom [TEL] 13 15 10 8 6 8 5 5 70 Healthcare & Pharma 8 7 8 8 8 6 9 8 62 [H&P] Total 88 74 77 64 72 69 64 60 568 Business Size Breakup Small Medium Large [Up to 249 employees] [250 – 999 employees] [1,000 or more employees] Mumbai 22 53 13 Delhi 12 52 10 Bangalore 23 42 12 Kolkata 13 46 5 Chennai 19 38 15 Pune 14 44 11 Hyderabad 11 46 7 Ahmedabad 22 30 8 http://be-in-touch.com
  34. 34. 10.3. Reasons for Attrition – the employer perspective By City By Sector http://be-in-touch.com
  35. 35. For more information: email: arun@be-in-touch.com twitter: http://twitter.com/be_in_touch LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/companies/305009 http://be-in-touch.com

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